Sussex 326 for 4 (Wells 102*, Nash 66) trail Gloucestershire 367 (Klinger 129*, Mustard 71, Miles 56, Magoffin 5-73) by 41 runsScorecard There was, as Chris Jordans bouncer hit the back of Liam Norwells helmet, and the stem guard protecting his neck fell off, an almighty crack. Michael Klinger, at the non-strikers end, immediately felt something was awry and went to see his partner, who remained standing but shaken, while the bowler and umpires quickly offered to help, too. Out came a medic and, while Norwell was initially - and surely unwisely - deemed fit to play out an over in which he nabbed two more singles, he retired hurt at its end.This was the incident that would shape the second days play - and possibly the whole match - at Hove.By the time Norwell was sconed, Craig Miles had already been bowled by the third ball of the day, from Steve Magoffin, without adding to his overnight 56, to give the lanky Queenslander his 30th wicket of the season but, curiously, his first five-wicket haul. Not long after Norwell was hit, Matt Taylor was also castled, by David Wiese. Immovable at the other end stood Klinger who turned down singles but picked off boundaries and ran hard between the wickets to finish unbeaten on 129, a mighty achievement given his side had been perilously poised at 34 for 4.Yet it was later in the day that Norwells absence was truly felt as Gloucestershires bowling resources were stretched to the limit. Miles and Taylor (playing his first Championship game of the season), the two standing quicks, ran in gallantly for a pair of wickets each. But little lay beyond; Taylors brother Jack bowled 25 tidy but toothless overs, just 11 days after having his action cleared once more, and barely uttered an appeal in anger. Benny Howell wheeled away, conceding nine no-balls and well over four an over, while Graeme van Buuren briefly left the field with a shoulder injury and managed just one over.So buggered - in Klingers words - were the seamers that, rather than taking the new ball with three overs to go, Chris Dent stayed on in search of his fifth first-class wicket. For the days last over, Hamish Marshalls medium pacers got their first outing of the season.Luke Wells was the main beneficiary of this, flicking and driving his way to a fourth century of the season as Sussex closed just 41 adrift of Gloucestershires 367. The news that, having been assessed, Norwell is stable if a touch groggy, and will play no further part in the game, makes life tougher still for Gloucestershires bowlers.Wells reached his ton from the days penultimate ball, his 225th, a miscued pull off Marshall flying over the slips for four. This stroke, however, was not representative of a steely innings that saw few false strokes, having begun just before lunch when Ed Joyces attractive 25 - brimming with lovely cuts and drives - was abruptly ended as he played on to Miles.Wells put on a healthy stand of 79 with Chris Nash, who made 66 full of attractive drives before edging to first slip trying one too many, having been struck nastily on the hand by Matt Taylor, who eventually took his wicket. Christian Davis followed soon after, spooning Taylor behind square on the leg side, then Luke Wright - looking ever so determined and bunting plenty of drives on the up - joined to put on 116. Sussexs last 70 of their fine day were put on by Wells and Wiese, who looked to push the score on as the attack flagged.This was an unobtrusive innings, played late and full of deft deflections and neatly nudged singles. I wont lie, said the articulate and affable Wells, when Chris Dent came on to the short boundary I did have quite a large man on my shoulder telling me to run down the wicket and give it a slog. I knew Id get a bad ball, and thankfully I did, albeit a streaky one over the keeper, but it was enough to get there. Im trying to stick to what I do best, playing the ball late, each ball on his merits, all those cliches. Things are going alright.This matchs defining period awaits on Monday morning, however, when Klinger will take that new ball. Im chuffed to be starting again tomorrow against the new ball with three figures, said Wells. I think the new ball might be the deciding factor of this game. If we get through that unscathed, we back ourselves to go and get a big score, 500 or something, and then its up to us with the ball.A win is becoming a must for Sussex, who, as Wells said, have drawn in every way imaginable this season - from being behind and in front on first innings, weather affected, all sorts. Should they nab that elusive second win to go with their nine draws, then a late dart for promotion remains on the cards. Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys . -- Whether Jeremy Hill deserves a prominent role in LSUs offence this early in the season is a matter for debate. Wholesale Jerseys Authentic . Already owning gold from competition in Vancouver in 2010, Loch posted a combined four-run time of 3:27.526. That included a track-record third run of 51. http://www.cheapnfljerseysbywholesale.com/ . Its an influence in football and a big part of the game. Wholesale NFL Jerseys For Sale . Brad Jacobs and his Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., team took control of the game early. 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The Irish responded with an 11-1 run to pull away.That lapse in the second half irked Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw. She said the Irish lost focus and got too complacent.We werent containing the ball, we werent guarding, we werent boxing out, we werent making layups and we werent making good decisions, McGraw said. We just couldnt wait for the buzzer to go off. We just wanted the game to be over -- at least thats what it looked like.Ally Disterhoft led Iowa (5-3) with 18 points and Megan Gustafson had 16 points and 10 rebounds. The Hawkeyes hosted the top-ranked team for the first time since 1999.Turner became the 36th in Notre Dame history to eclipse the 1,000-point mark.Iowas 23 turnovers were a season-worse. Notre Dame forced 15 of those in the first half and then held the Hawkeyes to nine fourth-quarter points.Too many turnovers resulted in too many easy points for Notre Dame, Iowa coach Lisa Bluder said. We have to value the ball more.BIG PICTURE Notre Dame: The Irish responded well under some pressure in their first road gaame -- the latest theyve played their first true road game of a season since 1993.dddddddddddd Notre Dames offense sputtered at times, but the defense had 15 steals and held Iowa to 4-of-19 shooting on 3-pointers.Iowa: The young Hawkeyes have lost three out of their last four games, but 10 players logged at least 8 minutes in a fairly competitive game against the nations top-ranked team. That experience should help Iowa later in the season.TIP-INS Turner, Ogunbowale and Allen were named to the Naismith Trophy watch list on Wednesday. The Irish are 4-0 all-time in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Iowa shot only 6 of 15 (38 percent) from the foul line. The Hawkeyes entered the game shooting 72 percent on free throws.COURTSIDE: Iowa mens coach Fran McCaffery and his wife, Margaret, watched the game from a few rows behind the Hawkeyes bench.Margaret McCaffery, the former Margaret Nowlin, played basketball at Notre Dame from 1988-92 and was a team captain. She later served on McGraws staff as a graduate assistant.Fran McCaffery was an assistant at Notre Dame from 1988-99. His Hawkeyes lost to Notre Dame 93-78 in South Bend on Tuesday.POLL IMPLICATIONS The double-digit win should be enough for Notre Dame to hold onto the top ranking ahead of next weeks No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup.UP NEXT Iowa: Starts a two-game home stretch against in-state rivals Sunday against Northern Iowa.Notre Dame: Gets a final tuneup Sunday with Valparaiso before next Wednesdays against No. 2 UConn. The Irish have lost five straight against the Huskies -- including the NCAA title game the last two seasons. 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